Would also like to board to dynamically update the wiki whenever changes are made on the Asana project - not just export once then the info becomes stale or irrelevant after a day or so of changes on the board.
Thanks @Bastien_Siebman - when I went to my wiki page and selected the iFrame macro it asked for the URL that was going to be used, so I copy/pasted the URL for my specific project and hit save. I was really excited and thought it couldn’t be that simple - and I was right.
When the page came up I go an error message that said “This content cannot be displayed in a frame. To help protect the security of information you enter into this website, the publisher of this content does not allow it to be displayed in a frame.”
Is the publisher my company or is Asana somehow blocking the use of the URL in an iFrame?
Love this question! I have the same need. The team I manage uses Asana. Our DEV team uses JIRA and multiple teams use or have access to Confluence. One of my projects is a collection of tasks that folks in Confluence need to see. I’m currently exporting once per month and posting a “snapshot” to Confluence. Pain.
@Bastien_Siebman summoned me (thanks!) because our company (Unito.io) provides full Asana-Jira task/issue sync, including statuses. So if you’re using Jira too, you could sync your Asana project to a Jira project/board, and then embed that board in confluence. It’s a bit of extra work, but should work seamlessly once setup.
Hi All! I know it’s been over a year – but wondering if any changes have been made to make it simpler to include either an iFrame view of Asana projects / portfolios / timelines into Confluence. The macro pulling in a live link is nice, but ideally, I want to help my team get a holistic view of projects without having to leave Confluence.